About the Summit
As per the UNESCO, Gender sensitivity is not about pitting women against men. On the contrary, education that is gender sensitive benefits members of both sexes. It helps them determine which assumptions are valid and which are stereotyped generalizations. Gender sensitivity helps generate respect for the individual regardless of sex. A change in perception is the need of the hour and requires orientation of policy-makers, curriculum developers, media professionals, adult learners and even the public at large. The Gender that enjoys a Privileged status is often unaware of it.
To those who have it, it is Invisible. This makes them look at it as ‘Much ado about nothing!’
Organizations need to be observant of Unconscious bias. They need to Work on Unintentional Patronizing. They need to make Diverse Teams and Study the impact on performance, belongingness, revenue and performance in the Projects these teams undertake. This webinar will help in understanding how Gender Sensitization is indeed a boon for all Genders.
- Medical Practitioners running their own clinical practice in Clinics/Hospitals
- Clinic/Hospital owners/Hospital administrators
Dr. Savita Date Menon Clinical Psychologist and Wellness expert
Dr Savita Date Menon, PhD, is a Psychologist having trained at Mumbai University, India. She is also a certified Health & Wellness Expert. She has worked in the field for almost 30 years. 10 years with Tata Steel Hospital, Jamshedpur, where she was responsible for setting up the Dept. of Psychiatry,
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